What is glamping?

What is glamping?

Glamping is the name for glamorous camping or glamour camping. During your glamping vacation, you will experience the charm of camping combined with the luxury of home! At your holiday destination, a fully decorated safari tent with all the comforts you need is waiting for you. The only thing you have to do is unpack your clothes and your tooth brush and enjoy your well-deserved holiday.

Did you know that…

The glamping trend originally comes from South Africa. In the beginning of the former century, a number of rich explorers from America and Europe travelled to Africa to study extraordinary wildlife. They were away from home for months, and stayed in luxurious safari tents so they did not have to miss out on the comforts of home.

Why glamping?

Does the word ‘camping’ evoke images of punctured air beds and cooking on a tiny gas stove? These days, there is a better way! If you go glamping, luxury and comfort have the ultimate priority! You sleep in a comfortable bed, you can drink fresh Nespresso coffee, and you can barbecue as a professional on the Outdoorchef. Have you opted for a safari tent with its own sanitary facilities? Then you don’t even have to walk across the camping area anymore to the sanitary building with your toilet roll and towel. It cannot get more glamorous than that!

What to bring with you?

Your clothes, your tooth brush and your good mood… that is all! In your fully decorated safari tent, you will find everything you need: plates, cutlery, glasses, cups, mugs and pans. Furthermore, also included are a Nespresso machine, a professional barbecue and a hammock. Do you want to know what items you should bring with you on your glamping holiday? You will read it in this blog.

5 reasons to start glamping

  1. All you have to do is pack your clothes and toothbrush. No more days of work to pack up the car and find out on location that you forgot half...
  2. You can prepare a tasty meal in the kitchen or on the professional Outdoorchef barbecue. Your meat and food? You can easily store them in the fridge with freezer compartment.
  3. You can leave the caravan at home, so that you can face the Route du Soleil with a smile! You'll be on location a lot quicker.
  4. No more waking up on the ground in the middle of the night, because your air mattress is leaking... You sleep in a comfortable 90 x 200 cm bed with a real mattress.
  5. You park your car, unpack your belongings and watch the people around you struggling to put up their tent or caravan.